Deciding on the best educational curriculum can be very time consuming but well worth it.  Each child is unique and learns at different speeds and styles.   

An observation of your child's strong and weak points, favorite subjects, interests, and daily habits can give you a better idea on the types of curriculum that will work best with him/her.

Some organizations have curriculum designed for the homeschooler and parent.  Each lesson is pre-planned and ready to use, thus eliminating the need for the parent to create daily lesson plans.  Other programs provide materials with no set lesson plan, giving a veteran homeschooling family more flexibility to structure their student's education. 

Lesson structure for the
1999-2000 school year
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May 11, 2000

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